Jean Renwick

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Jean Renwick Poems

41. Life 6/29/2009
42. Remembering Divinity 6/30/2009
43. Passage 6/30/2009
44. Awakening 6/30/2009
45. Aftermath 6/30/2009
46. Retrospective 6/30/2009
47. I Can'T Explain 6/30/2009
48. Into The Night 6/30/2009
49. In Thrall 6/30/2009
50. Your Voice Calms Me 6/30/2009
51. Just One Glance 7/2/2009
52. Choices 7/2/2009
53. Thwarted By Ignorance 7/2/2009
54. Fear 7/2/2009
55. Possession 7/2/2009
56. Suspended 8/12/2010
57. Restaurant 8/17/2010
58. Terry Guilderoy 8/17/2010
59. Soldier 8/17/2010
60. Everyday Night 8/17/2010
61. Phoenix 8/17/2010
62. Azure 8/17/2010
63. Black-Winged Rose 8/17/2010
64. 15 8/17/2010
65. Song 8/17/2010
66. I Wish You Well 8/17/2010
67. Moorland 3/31/2013
68. Bruises 3/31/2013
69. I Wandered Unknown 3/31/2013
70. Newton's Disc 3/31/2013
71. Lapse During A Moment Of Sadness 1/25/2014
72. Behold, Mine Eyes 7/2/2009
73. Anna (Pieces Of You) 7/3/2009
74. A Love So Ordinary 7/3/2009
75. Soul Kiss 7/3/2009
76. The Other Side Of The Sun 7/3/2009
77. Relinquish 7/3/2009
78. Forbidden Fruit 7/3/2009
79. Woman Of Troy 8/5/2009
80. Explorer 7/2/2009

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You And I

Your smile lights up my world
like the sun lights up our earthly one
and my heart sings out in joy.
For I have found you, or you me.
As we meld together in time, I
can no longer remember which it be.

The freshness of a Spring morn
mirrors your entrance into a room.
Your eagerness in life;
the sparrows in a fountain at play.
As we meld together in time, I
can no longer remember being without you for a day.

Your soul I do covet,
your body I do worship.
My heart beats in time with yours
for we both abide by faithfulness.
As we meld ...

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Carnations

Carnations on the square plot of lush grass,
trying to say what is never said.
Tears roll down a numb cheek
to seal with a kiss the memory of love.
And the child moves away.

She was robbed of the best years of her life.
Is this God’s grandeur –
the gift to love what must go before?

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